Frequently asked questions

What is an Equest?

An Equest is simply a term we use for our "facebook group" based programs. Loosly we like to think of an Equest as a horsemanship challenge with a coaching component. Others with the same passion, join in the same challenge at the same time. Together we will all grow and learn from eachothers experiances.

How is an Equest a community?

We provide an online fourm that members can be a part of and enjoy durring their time participating in an equest. This provides a great sounding board as well as community relationships with people who are participating in the same challenges.

I signed up, now what?

Welcome to the Live Equestrian family. Make sure you are able to log in to the forum for your particular equest. There will be a video explaining how to get started. You will want to download a progress sheet so you can fill it out and submitt it for credit. It can also be found on the forum. Be sure to post a quick video or photo to the forum introducing yourself and your horse to the other participants.

I am still struggeling with my horse. HELP PLEASE!

Hey, we get it! We have all found ourselves at an impass with our horses. It's OK to share those things with the commuity. Share your struggles today. Share your success tomorrow. Lets make the journey together. Remember, you arn't on your own. Often other group members are dealing with the same thing and may have a good solution. From time to time we have experts who will join the Equest to provide additional feedback, and our coaches will provide daily videos with specific exercises. You can also ask them questions on the forum

Are equests confidential?

Only other equest members will have access to the forums We do ask that members keep the contents confidential so community members have a place to communicate openly. Failure to hold group info in confidence will result in the participants removal from the equest at their own expence. We want this to be a trusting open community where people can share real life struggles and recieve positive encouragement.

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